Using Image Processor to batch process multiple files


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Using Image Processor to batch process multiple files

When you're ready to really automate the batch processing of multiple files with Camera Raw in Bridge, then your secret weapon is a feature called Image Processor. We're going to combine this feature with the power of preset, which we discussed in the previous video to really streamline the production and creation of multiple files in a variety of file formats. So let's review. We want to take advantage of the presets and if you've already created the presets, you'll see them in the Contextual menu. If you right-click on the thumbnail and go down to Develop Settings, you'll see all the presets that you've already created at the bottom of the menu.

If you haven't already done that yet then you won't see any presets here. So there's my Basic, Grayscale, Sepia and Vignette that I've created before. What I want to do now is process let's say these three images. I'm going to hold down the Command key or the Ctrl key on Windows and just sel...

Using Image Processor to batch process multiple files
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Using Image Processor to batch process multiple files provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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